'Your Hit Parade' - June 2, 1956
Topics Classic TV
, Tad Tadlock
, Snooky Lanson
, Dorothy Collins
, Gisele MacKenzie
, Russel Arms
Episode of the NBC musical TV series "Your Hit Parade" from June 2 1956. Featuring the cast performing covers of big hits including "Standing on the Corner", "Theme from Picnic", "South Rampart Street Parade", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Hot Diggity", "Ivory Tower", "Moonglow", and more. The version of "Heartbreak Hotel" here is sung by Snooky Lanson, and is performed straight. Thelma "Tad" Tadlock appears in two songs as a dancer.
Run time Approx 30 MinutesProduction Company NBC Television NetworkAudio/Visual Sound, Black and White
April 29, 2012
Your Hit Parade
Original air date: 2 June 1956.
The singers and dancers perform the biggest hits from the first week in June, 1956.
Cast: Dorothy Collins (Herdelf- Vocalist), Snooky Lanson (Hinself- Vocalist). Gisele MacKenzie (Herdelf- Vocalist), Russell Arms (Himself- Vocalist), The Hit Paraders and Dancers (Themselves- Singers/ Dancers), Raymond Scott and his Orchestra (Himself- Orchestra Conductor), Cynthia Scott (Herself- Dancer), Lenny Claret (Himself- Dancer), Andre Baruch (Himself- Announcer and Tad Taddlock (Himself- dancer: uncredited).
March 4, 2010
Who were the hit parade dancers??
They played such a large part in the show but got no billing!! What a crock!!I particularly like the one who is, or looks like Carolyn Jones,short Black hair. ! Who was she ? Dorothy Colins is a complete DOLL and Giselle is just a jewel! I am watching these shows for the first time !! No wonder people were more friendly then! They could sit and relax to pure entertainment!
January 19, 2009
I Uploaded This & "Queen for a Day"
Download this instead of Queen for a Day
January 10, 2009
Pickle me Grandmother!!
This is NOT racist at all! I don't understand why people say this program is racist. It's NOT RACIST!!
ALL HAIL PRINCE VEGETA, ALL HAIL CAPTAIN GINYU!
ALL HAIL CLASSIC TV, ALL HAIL DOROTHY COLLINS!!
November 1, 2008
Download this instead of "Queen for a Day".